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Sorties faune sauvage en Norvège

Préparez-vous à vivre l’expérience de votre vie !

Whale safari in Tromsø .
Photo: Asgeir Helgestad / Visitnorway.com
Whale safari in Tromsø .
Photo: Asgeir Helgestad / Visitnorway.com

Tchao ! – et rebonjour !

Apportez votre appareil photo et immortalisez les apparitions de la plus majestueuse des créatures de l’océan...

Whale safari in Tromsø .
Photo: Asgeir Helgestad / Visitnorway.com
Whale safari in Tromsø .
Photo: Asgeir Helgestad / Visitnorway.com

... ou de cet impressionnant rescapé de la dernière ère glaciaire.

Une sortie guidée d’observation de la faune sauvage vous conduira en toute sécurité dans des espaces naturels uniques.

En Norvège, les animaux concernés sont les baleines, les bœufs musqués, les élans...

Musk ox safari in Dovrefjell .
Photo: Field production / Nasjonalparkriket
Musk ox safari in Dovrefjell .
Photo: Field production / Nasjonalparkriket

... d’élégants palmipèdes comme les macareux...

Puffin in Kirkenes .
Photo: Roy Mangersnes / wildphoto.no / nordnorge.com
Puffin in Kirkenes .
Photo: Roy Mangersnes / wildphoto.no / nordnorge.com

... et d’imposants oiseaux de proie.

Sea eagle in Bodø .
Photo: Ole Jørgen Liodden / Naturfokus / www.nordnorge.com/Bodø
Sea eagle in Bodø .
Photo: Ole Jørgen Liodden / Naturfokus / www.nordnorge.com/Bodø

Sans oublier une créature à l’aspect légèrement plus effrayant, qui règne sur les fonds marins : l'énorme crabe royal.

King crab safari in Honningsvåg .
Photo: Frode Kristiansen / www.nordnorge.com
King crab safari in Honningsvåg .
Photo: Frode Kristiansen / www.nordnorge.com

Pour Lonely Planet, la Norvège est le dernier sanctuaire où l’on trouve certains des animaux sauvages les plus intrigants d’Europe. À l’époque pré-Internet, certains touristes espéraient encore, en arrivant ici, croiser un ours blanc au détour d’une rue – en fait, ils ne vivent qu’au Svalbard.

Into the wild

En revanche, dans la partie continentale de la Norvège, en vous aventurant dans certaines contrées sauvages, vous pourrez voir des élans, des rennes et des oiseaux extraordinaires. Si vous avez cette chance, n’oubliez pas que ce sont des animaux sauvages. Retirez-vous sans faire de bruit. Ne les effrayez pas, ne les approchez pas, car certains animaux, s'ils se sentent menacés, pourraient vous prendre en chasse.

Pour admirer ces animaux dans leur habitat naturel, la meilleure solution, c’est de vous inscrire à une sortie faune sauvage. Les guides connaîtront les meilleurs endroits pour observer les animaux et, par-dessus tout, sauront assurer votre sécurité.

Cette dernière est très importante, car il ne faut pas chercher à observer seul certains animaux comme le bœuf musqué.

Les guides faciliteront votre rencontre avec les animaux, et vous n’aurez à vous soucier de rien d'autre que de garder le souvenir de votre aventure (en d'autres termes, une magnifique photo pour les médias sociaux).

Voilà ! Nous avons posé les bases. Maintenant, examinons de plus près les meilleures sorties faune sauvage de Norvège – ou, comme on les appelle ici, les « safaris » faune sauvage !

Observer les baleines de près

Les baleines. Chaque année, les côtes norvégiennes reçoivent la visite de ces géants de l’océan qui fascinent tant touristes et habitants. En Norvège, on les observe le long de la côte des Vesterålen tout au long de l’année. Des excursions avec guide sont organisées au départ de Stø et d’Andenes. Cette dernière accueille d'ailleurs un musée spectaculaire, qui ouvrira ses portes en 2023 : The Whale.

L’espèce que l’on voit le plus fréquemment en été est le cachalot, mais avec de la chance, vous pourrez aussi observer des dauphins pilotes, petits rorquals, baleines à bosse, dauphins et orques. En hiver, il arrive parfois que des rorquals communs fassent une apparition !

Des sorties d’observation des baleines sont organisées en Norvège du Nord en hiver, par exemple par des tour-opérateurs de Tromsø, la ville n’étant qu’à quelques encablures des eaux fréquentées par les cétacés.

Dans les îles du Svalbard, avec de la chance, on peut même apercevoir la plus grande baleine de la planète, la baleine bleue. En été, l’Isfjord est fréquenté par les baleines bleues, rorquals communs, baleines à bosse et bélougas, qui viennent s'y nourrir.

En vous inscrivant à une sortie d’observation des baleines, vous pourrez profiter de magnifiques paysages et prendre un grand bol d'air frais. Une expérience que vous n’êtes pas près d’oublier.

Bœuf musqué : un ébouriffant écho du passé

Le massif de Dovrefjell est l'unique endroit de Norvège, et l’un des rares au monde, où l’on peut voir le puissant bœuf musqué. En été, des randonnées avec guide sont organisées et vous garantissent de rencontrer quelques-uns de ces mastodontes hirsutes d’une demi-tonne. Certains tour-opérateurs proposent également des excursions guidées et sorties photos en hiver.

Le bœuf musqué n’est pas agressif tant que vous gardez vos distances. Par souci de sécurité et pour le bien-être des animaux, il est recommandé de toujours respecter une distance d’au moins 200 mètres.

S’il peut paraître massif et maladroit avec son poids oscillant entre 225 et 400 kilos, il n’en est pas moins un très bon sprinteur, capable de pointes à 60 kilomètres à l’heure.

Découvrez la vie au grand air

Faites comme les Norvégiens : prenez l’air ! Pour en savoir plus sur certaines activités de plein air populaires.

Randonnée
Ski
Vélo
Pêche
Kayak

Trouvez plus d’activités de plein air.

Le droit d'accès

Le droit d'accès à la nature, allemannsretten (littéralement « le droit de tous »), est une pratique ancestrale. Depuis 1957, il est incorporé à la loi régissant les loisirs de plein air. Ainsi, tout le monde est assuré de profiter de la nature, même sur des terrains essentiellement privés.

Les règles principales sont très simples : être attentionné et prévenant, ramasser ses déchets, et être respectueux de la nature et des autres.

En savoir plus sur le droit d'accès.

Pêche monstrueusement délicieuse

Découvrez le crabe royal à la cuirasse écarlate, en mer de Barents, au large du comté de Finnmark, voisin de la frontière russe. Vous pourrez ensuite en déguster la délicieuse chair.

Une sortie d’observation du crabe royal peut soit se passer de la terre ferme, soit d’un bateau. Une fois pêché, il est plongé dans de l’eau bouillante. Le crabe royal rouge peut mesurer jusqu'à 2 mètres d’une pince à l’autre et peser jusqu’à 15 kilogrammes.

Les repas qui suivent ces sorties en mer sont de véritables festins : chair de crabe sur tartine de pain, accompagnée d’une petite sauce maison et, pour les amateurs, d’un verre de vin blanc.

Le rêve des ornithologues

De l’observatoire des oiseaux de Lista en Norvège du Sud et de Runde en Norvège des Fjords au Varangerfjord en Norvège du Nord, les  endroits dédiés à l’observation des oiseaux ne manquent pas dans la belle nature norvégienne.

Photographiez plongeons, grèbes et oiseaux aquatiques dans l’ouest du pays, ou dirigez-vous vers les habitats de montagne où vous pourrez observer le pluvier guignard, le phalarope à bec étroit, l’alouette hausse-col et le bruant des neiges. Avec un peu de chance, vous pourriez même apercevoir un harfang des neiges.

Les îles Vega, au large de la côte du Helgeland, protégées par l’UNESCO, sont, avec plus de 230 espèces d’oiseaux, elles aussi prisées des ornithologues ! L’une des espèces les plus connues est l’eider.

Si vous êtes plus intéressé par les espèces originaires de l’Arctique, telles que l’eider de Steller, l’eider à tête grise et le guillemot de Brünnich, la région du Varangerfjord, dans le Finnmark, vous intéressera tout particulièrement. C’est l’une des meilleures destinations, et des plus accessibles, pour l’observation des espèces arctiques.

Les pygargues (ou aigles pêcheurs) à queue blanche sont également visibles sur la côte norvégienne, en particulier dans la région située à l’extrême nord-ouest. On en a même prélevé quelques individus pour tenter de repeupler les côtes écossaises.

Et n’oublions pas le macareux moine ! On peut observer ce petit oiseau très élégant dans les environs de Runde, dans la région de Sunnmøre, sur l’île d’Andøya dans les Vesterålen, sur l’île de Lovund au large de la côte du Helgeland, ainsi qu’à Røst dans les îles Lofoten.

En lire plus sur l’observation d’oiseaux dans l’article ci-dessous ou voir toutes les activités ornithologiques auxquelles vous inscrire.

Donner de l’élan à votre voyage

Si vous souhaitez voir de près le roi de la forêt, inscrivez-vous à une sortie guidée d’observation des élans. Vous pourrez aussi apercevoir des élans lors d’une promenade crépusculaire à vélo électrique, passer la nuit dans une tour d’observation des élans en vallée d’Espedalen ou embrasser un élan à Svartisen Moose, dans le Salten.

Ainsi, les occasions de voir des élans en Norvège sont nombreuses – tant dans leur habitat naturel que dans des parcs animaliers. Il y a même une région dénommée « Elgland », qui signifie... « le pays des élans » !

Autres sorties faune sauvage

Les sorties animalières évoquées plus haut comptent parmi les plus populaires, mais il existe néanmoins d'autres expériences moins connues qui vous émerveilleront tout autant.

Dans la vallée de Namdalen et sur la Hurdalselva en Norvège de l'Est, vous pouvez pagayer pour aller voir les castors, tandis que plusieurs destinations, sur la côte, proposent des excursions pour observer les phoques, notamment la région de Sunnmøre et le Nord-Ouest.

Si vous vous trouvez dans la région la plus reculée de Norvège, les îles du Svalbard, vous aurez peut-être la chance de voir des morses. Les îles se situent à mi-chemin entre la Norvège et le pôle Nord, une destination bien connue pour ses activités originales de pleine nature.

Découvrez toute la richesse de la faune norvégienne !

Situez certaines de nos meilleures sorties faune sauvage sur la carte ou consultez les options ci-dessous.

Observer les élans
A journey through the area where one of Europe's largest and most unique moose migrations take place every year. Read more
Elgland - Home to the Moose
A unique experience with overnight stay in the world's only moose observation tower. Read more
Moose observation tower
Guided excursion to see the moose, king of the forest. Read more
Moose safari
Join Discover Nature Norway for a moose safari in its natural habitat. You discover the fascinating animals during nice long evenings with its… Read more
Moose Safari at Øyerfjellet
Finnskogen Adventures arranges various events. You can learn to cook your food on a bonfire, perhaps take a guided tour in the forest. On request the… Read more
Moose safari in Finnskogen - the Finnforest
Moose is not something most people see every day. There is something very fascinating about these great majestic creatures. One gets very fascinated… Read more
Moose safari in Trøgstad
Personal Guide only for you when you want it. Guided excursion to see the moose, king of the forest. Read more
Moose Safari Personal Tour
A moose in it self is majestic sight, but to see it under the northern lights in moonlight is magical. Read more
Moose Safari under the northern lights
Our photohides are placed either by a big wetland or by a meadow where the moose is grazing regularly. Read more
Rent a photohide in the mountains – catch the moose
Join us for a genuine forest adventure and meet the king of the forest, the mighty moose. Our experienced guide will take you on an exciting journey… Read more
Skjåk Adventure | Moose safari
Observer les oiseaux
Depending on the preference of the group, we can prioritize and spend either more time sightseeing and stopping for photos, or bird watching, or if it… Read more
All in one - Sightseeing, Bird watching and Husky Visit - Discover Svalbard
Visit Lista lighthouse. In addition to the lighthouse tower, you'll find a visitor centre, tourist information and bird watching station. You can also… Read more
Lista Fyr Lighthouse
Join a local guide to experience our great birds! Experience the European Dotterel, the White-backed Woodpecker and the Horned Lark. Take contact with… Read more
Bird watching with guide
"Urban birding" has become a thing withing birdwatching. Urban parks and gardens, often around ponds, can hold astonishing amounts of birds.… Read more
Birdwatching - Fagernes
The region between Gausdal and Valdres has had several names, such as Gausdal Vestfjell and Huldreheimen. After the extension and renaming of the… Read more
Birdwatching - Langsua NP and Hynna
Langtjedn is a small nature reserve which is easily accessible from the road near Gamlestølen in Etnedal. The lake itself is shallow and… Read more
Birdwatching - Langtjedn
Stølsvidda is a lower alpine plateau just at the tree line west in Valdres. It lies roughly between Tisleidalen to the southeast, the… Read more
Birdwatching - Stølsvidda
Valdresflye is an alpine high mountain plateau south east of Jotunheimen and north west of Langsua National Park in the municipalities… Read more
Birdwatching - Valdresflye
Game-watching in the fairytale forest and dinner and bonfire chat with the farm girl Hanna. Discover a piece of untouched nature in historical… Read more
Birdwatching and lavvo dinner in the fairy tale forest
The Dilleviktower is a bird watchingtower on Lake Dillevik, which is open to all. The tower has a bow where you can enter and warm up and a three… Read more
Birdwatching: The Dillevik bird tower
The Lista region has one of the highest population of different birds. They travel from all over the world to feed in Lista during the autumn, before… Read more
Lista Bird Observatory - Bird watching in Lista
The island has a long birdwatching tradition and it is sometimes compared with Fair Isle (south of Shetland). Among other things, this is because the… Read more
Birdwatching Utsira
Jotunheimvegen along the northern shoreline of Lake Vinstre is especially productive in good rodent years, which means raptor years, specifically for… Read more
Birdwatching - Jotunheimvegen
The Gjølsjøen nature reserve is a wetland area in Marker municipality that was protected in 1992. The area has a particularly… Read more
Birdwatching: Gjølsjøen birdtower, Marker
The Norwegian Ornithology Association of Telemark was started in 1968. It is the county group for the Norwegian Ornithology Association. Goals and… Read more
Birdwatching in the middle og Telemark
Jæren is an eldorado for birdwatchers. The best known are the wetland areas and the beaches where you can see wetland birds, however it is also… Read more
Birdwatching
Midtnorsk sjøtaxi is located in Rørvik and offers boat taxi service on the entire Namdal. In addition, guided tours: Deep sea fishing, archipelago… Read more
Boat taxi and guided tours in Rørvik
Hornøya is the eastermost protected nature reserve in Norway. Read more
Birdwatching Hornøya
To fjord heads is worth checking when driving along highway Rv98 between Tana and Lakselv towns. Both are just west of Ifjord and the junction with… Read more
Birdwatching Adamsfjord
Aglen on the tip of Otterøya island is probably the best location in this area for seabird watching. Read more
Birdwatching Aglen (Aglen Camping)
This marina is usually the pick-up place for visitors to the bird observatory on Akerøya island. Read more
Birdwatching Akerøya (Brattestø marina)
Akerøya is a small island in the outer Oslofjord. It has proved to be a migration hotspot, in particularly noted for several records of rare and… Read more
Birdwatching Akerøya island (Bird observatory)
Andøya is a 490 km2 island protruding north into the Norwegian Sea almost like a peninsula. It is considered to be a part of Vesterålen, but it… Read more
Birdwatching Andøya (Kleivvatnet, Andenes)
Andøya is a 490 km2 island protruding north into the Norwegian Sea almost like a peninsula. It is considered to be a part of Vesterålen, but it… Read more
Birdwatching Andøya (Skogvollmyran)
Balsfjorden is a magnificently beautiful, 50 km long fjord cutting inland from Kvaløya island and Tromsø city. The surrounding terrain is dominated by… Read more
Birdwatching Balsfjorden (Kobbevågen)
Balsfjorden is a magnificently beautiful, 50 km long fjord cutting inland from Kvaløya island and Tromsø city. The surrounding terrain is dominated by… Read more
Birdwatching Balsfjorden (Strandnes, Sørkjosleira)
Birdwatchers in Telemark county gather at the Barfodkollen ski jump arena where the view is particularly good, in order to watch for migrating geese,… Read more
Birdwatching Barfodkollen (Parking)
Bastangen headland is the most popular vantage point for seawatching at Hvaler. The point is reached by walking 30 minutes from Utgårdskilen marina… Read more
Birdwatching Bastangen seawatch, Hvaler
Berby is an area known for hosting Golden and White-tailed Eagles in winter. It is also a good place to look for woodland species. Kingfisher is… Read more
Birdwatching Berby
Bergen is Norway’s second largest city, with about 260 000 inhabitants. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The… Read more
Birdwatching Bergen (Lake Lille Lungegårdsvann)
Just south of Bergen is Lake Kalandsvatnet and Kalandsvika, providing resting opportunities for ducks. It is also attractive to nocturnal songbirds in… Read more
Birdwatching Bergen (tower hide Kalandsvika)
Bingsholmsråsa is a coastal sound between Lauvøya island and Tårnes headland with a 5 km2 area of tidal zones and shallow water. The area is of great… Read more
Birdwatching Bingsholmsråsa (Lauvøya)
Bjørnøya island is positioned midway between Spitsbergen and mainland Norway. Its vast numbers of breeding seabirds is mainly appreciated by the local… Read more
Birdwatching Bjørnøya island
Seinesodden is amongst the best birding sites close to Bodø city. Red-necked Phalarope breed in the small pools of water, and a number of ducks and… Read more
Birdwatching Bodø and surroundings (Seinesodden)
Kvitsøy is a small island at the mouth of the Bokna fjord, providing good opertunities to find rare migrants in late spring and autumn. The island is… Read more
Birdwatching Bokna fjord islands (Kvitsøy island)
One of the most convenient seawatching vantage points on this side of the Oslo fjord. Passage can be particular good in SW winds. Read more
Birdwatching Brentetangen (Brentetangen seawatch)
Mølen is the southwestern tip of Brunlanes peninsula, which is the southern end of Vestfold, stretching out into Skagerrak. This is reckoned to be the… Read more
Birdwatching Brunlanes (Parking Mølen)
Rakke is located at the SE corner of Brunlanes peninsula. It has many of the same attributes as Mølen in the opposite corner, and is equally good, but… Read more
Birdwatching Brunlanes (Rakke)
A very small, but promising marsh in an agricultural area, often being host to various waterbirds and nocturnal songbirds. Read more
Birdwatching Buertjern swamp
Bulandet and Værlandet are two groups of islands at the outer coast, interconnected with a network of roads. A ferry crossing connects these islands… Read more
Birdwatching Bulandet and Værlandet (Melværet)
The fields and mature woodlands surrounding the Royal farm are host to birds like Hawfinch and Stock Dove, particularly in spring and early summer. Read more
Birdwatching Bygdøy peninsula
Bømlo is dominated by heather and rocky hills, not very friendly terrain for most birds. However, a quite notable migration of birds such as Kestrel… Read more
Birdwatching Bømlo (Hiskjo)
The northern section of Jæren is an oasis of beaches, wetlands and cultivated land in contrast to the urban areas of the Stavanger region. The bird… Read more
Birdwatching Børaunen and Tungeneset (Børaunen)
Eventhough pointing north, the Tungeneset headland can offer visual migration of landbirds in both spring and autumn. Read more
Birdwatching Børaunen and Tungeneset (Tungeneset)
Børgefjell is a vast mountainous wilderness, one of the most pristine in Scandinavia. It is protected as a national park and is considered to be among… Read more
Birdwatching Børgefjell (Storvollen, Susendalen)
South of Lake Børsesjø is farmland that can produce nocturnal songbirds, resting plovers and migrating raptors, such as at Storemyr. Read more
Birdwatching Børsesjø (Storemyr)
Dividalen valley in the scenic interior of Troms leads to Øvre Dividalen National Park covering the barren mountains near the border with Sweden. In… Read more
Birdwatching Dividalen (bird observatory)
Eidsvatnet is a shallow lake situated in an agricultural area on the Fosen peninsula. It is one of the most important fresh-water sites in Central… Read more
Birdwatching Eidsvatnet (parking tower hide)
Eikesdalen is a pictoresque valley flanked with decidous woodland with a variety of birds, including White-backed Woodpeckers. Read more
Birdwatching Eikesdalen and Aursjøveien (Finnset)
Einundalen is an open, bird-rich side-valley to Folldal with mountain pastures and a few marshes where Bluethroat and several breeding shorebirds… Read more
Birdwatching Einundalen (Meløyfloen)
A sculpture park with female motifs with paths leading through mature forest with a fairly good selection of birds. This is a perfect place to combine… Read more
Birdwatching Ekeberg forest and sculpture park
The main airport for the towns of Narvik and Harstad is located midway between them, at Evenes. The airport area is noted for having several… Read more
Birdwatching Evenes wetlands (Stunesosen)
The narrow Tjeldsundet sound separates the islands of Lofoten from the mainland and provides a shortcut for waterbirds following the coast. In this… Read more
Birdwatching Evenes wetlands (Trøselvosen)
Setesdal is a long and rather narrow valley dominated by pine forest and is famous for its rich and remarkable cultural heritage. The valley is home… Read more
Birdwatching Evje (Voilan)
Fedje (pronounced: fehyeh) is the most recognized rarities island near Bergen. It is an extension of Øygarden to the north, 4 km west of the mainland.… Read more
Birdwatching Fedje (ferry-landing Fedje)
Finnmarksvidda is a vast highland plateau in the interior of Finnmark. Large portions are tree-bare but the slopes and valleys are covered in birch… Read more
Birdwatching Finnmarksvidda (Luostejohka)
Finnmarksvidda is a vast highland plateau in the interior of Finnmark. Large portions are tree-bare but the slopes and valleys are covered in birch… Read more
Birdwatching Finnmarksvidda (Niittojávrrit)
Fiskumvannet is a 2.5 km long, shallow and nutrient-rich lake, surrounded by woods and farmland. It is among the best and most popular birding lakes… Read more
Birdwatching Fiskumvannet (tower hide parking)
Fokstumyra marshland is one of the most famous bird localities in Norway, subject to ornithologists attention since the early 1800’s. It was protected… Read more
Birdwatching Fokstumyra
Land toungue good for migrating landbirds and seabirds alike. The best view is from the bunker. Read more
Birdwatching Folehavna
Folldal valley with the distinctive, open pine forest on nutrientpoor moraine terrain is the core area of Siberian Tit in Southern Norway. The density… Read more
Birdwatching Folldal (Grimsmoen)
Fornebu is a rather flat peninsula in the Inner Oslofjord, indented by several narrow and shallow inlets, fringed with lush reed beds. The area has… Read more
Birdwatching Fornebu (Lilløyplassen)
To fjord heads is worth checking when driving along highway Rv98 between Tana and Lakselv towns. Both are just west of Ifjord and the junction with… Read more
Birdwatching Friarfjord
In order to reach Sula, you need to take the car ferry from Dyrøy on island Frøya. Read more
Birdwatching Froan (ferry landing Dyrøy–Sula)
Off the coast of Frøya is Froan, a 50 km long and 10 km broad belt of small islands and skerries. These windbeaten islands are mostly covered in… Read more
Birdwatching Froan (Halten)
Off the coast of Frøya is Froan, a 50 km long and 10 km broad belt of small islands and skerries. These windbeaten islands are mostly covered in… Read more
Birdwatching Froan (Sula)
This shallow inlet may hold gulls and waterfowl, including the local (feral) stock of Barnacle Goose. Read more
Birdwatching Frognerkilen inlet
The Fræna peninsula outside Molde is one of the richest and most varied bird areas in this part of the country. It is located at the outer coastline… Read more
Birdwatching Fræna (Gaustadvågen)
Maletangen is a headland providing attractive habitat to ducks, shorebirds and a variety of passerines. It is one of the most popular birdwatching… Read more
Birdwatching Fræna (Maletangen)
In autumn, particularly in September and October, a massive movement of landbirds like finches, thrushes and doves, may migrate south over Hvaler… Read more
Birdwatching Fugletangen, Hvaler
The southern part of the Gaulosen delta is best explored starting from the parking lot at Øysand. Read more
Birdwatching Gaulosen (parking Øysand)
Gaulosen is a delta at the mouth of the river Gaula at the head of one of the Trondheimsfjord’s southern arms. This is the last intact – or… Read more
Birdwatching Gaulosen (tower hide)
The two islands Giske and Vigra are situated along the outer coast beyond Ålesund town. They are among the best sites for shorebirds and other wetland… Read more
Birdwatching Giske and Vigra (Lake Svansvatnet)
The two islands Giske and Vigra are situated along the outer coast beyond Ålesund town. They are among the best sites for shorebirds and other wetland… Read more
Birdwatching Giske and Vigra (parking Makkevika)
The two islands Giske and Vigra are situated along the outer coast beyond Ålesund town. They are among the best sites for shorebirds and other wetland… Read more
Birdwatching Giske and Vigra (Roaldsanden)
The two islands Giske and Vigra are situated along the outer coast beyond Ålesund town. They are among the best sites for shorebirds and other wetland… Read more
Birdwatching Giske and Vigra (Rørvikvågen inlet)
The two islands Giske and Vigra are situated along the outer coast beyond Ålesund town. They are among the best sites for shorebirds and other wetland… Read more
Birdwatching Giske and Vigra (Synesvågen inlet)
If you follow Folldal’s side-valley Grimsdalen westwards, the forest gives way to an open valley with mountain pastures and a few marshes where… Read more
Birdwatching Grimsdalen (Mesætermyre marshes)
Grunnane is a wetland at the head of the Drammen fjord, sometimes with resting ducks and other waterbirds. A tower hide overlooks the area. Read more
Birdwatching Grunnane wetland (Tower hide)
Grøntjørnan is a high altitude wetland situated above the tree-line. Several species of montane habitats can be found here. Broad-billed Sandpiper,… Read more
Birdwatching Grøntjørnan lakes
The great valley Gudbrandsdalen is a migration flyway and has several smaller wetlands worth checking if you pass through along the main higway E6… Read more
Birdwatching Gudbrandsdalen (Grafferdammen)
Lesjaleira is a small wetland along the upper Lågen watercourse. It is the best spot for ducks and other waterbirds near the small town of Lesja. Read more
Birdwatching Gudbrandsdalen (Lesjaleira)
Skottvatnet is a very small lake along the Lågen watercourse which often has a nice selection of ducks, shorebirds and other waterbirds, as long as… Read more
Birdwatching Gudbrandsdalen (Skottvatnet)
This is a small inlet in the larger Frier fjord located between the city of Porsgrunn and the industrial area Herøya. Warm water is disposed from the… Read more
Birdwatching Gunneklevfjorden (Herøya)
Røykenvika is a small inlet in the south-eastern corner of Lake Randsfjorden is the farmland district of Hadeland. It is worth checking for resting… Read more
Birdwatching Hadeland (Røykenvika)
In the south-eastern corner of Lake Randsfjorden is the farmland district of Hadeland. Lake Skirstadtjernet is a small wetland worth checking if you… Read more
Birdwatching Hadeland (Skirstadtjernet)
In the south-eastern corner of Lake Randsfjorden is the farmland district of Hadeland. Lake Vassjøtjernet is a small wetland worth checking if you are… Read more
Birdwatching Hadeland (Vassjøtjernet)
The town Halden is a good vantage point for birding trips. The narrow, shallow Iddefjorden inlet is lined with reeds and can hold good selections of… Read more
Birdwatching Halden (Remmendalen)
A nice wetland with the possibility of Crane and a variety of ducks and other waterbirds. Read more
Birdwatching Hallingdal (Vassfjorden)
Hammerfest city is positioned along the harsh Norwegian coast, but is sheltered by the large Sørøya island. Migrating waterbirds, including Pommarine… Read more
Birdwatching Hammerfest
Hammervatnet is one of the most bird-rich fresh-water lakes of Central Norway. It is 6 km long and surrounded by damp woods and cultivated fields,… Read more
Birdwatching Hammervatnet (tower hide)
Two hours hike from the parking at Lake Tinnhølen, is Langavassmyra, the marshlands in the western end of Lake Langavatnet. This is one of the most… Read more
Birdwatching Hardangervidda (Langavassmyra)
Hardangervidda is the largest mountain plateau in Europe, covering an area of about 6,500 km2. With an average elevation of 1,100 metres, which is… Read more
Birdwatching Hardangervidda (parking Tinnhølen)
Near Harstad town are several sites of interest if you happen to be in the area. Just north of Tjeldsundet (just north of Trøselvosen, previous… Read more
Birdwatching Harstad wetlands (Kvannesvatnet)
At Rekedal you find dense gardens surrounded by hill-slopes with mature decidous trees, attractive to resting migrant passerines spring and autumn.… Read more
Birdwatching Hauge i Dalane (Rekedal)
Hemskilen is a small inlet with shallow water, lined with a dense layer of reeds, surrounded by farmland and patches of decidous forest. Read more
Birdwatching Hemskilen inlet (Parking)
Herdla is a flat, 2 square kilometres island, with grazing pastures and large areas of shallow water. This is the best shorebird site near Bergen, and… Read more
Birdwatching Herdla (parking)
Two island communities along the outer coast near Sandnessjøen, just south of the Arctic Circle. The two main islands and several smaller ones are… Read more
Birdwatching Herøy and Dønna (parking Altervatnet)
Observer le bœuf musqué
Dovrefjell National Park is the only place in Norway, and one of few places in the world, where you can experience the majestic muskox. Read more
Musk Ox Safari
Dovrefjell National Park is the only place in Norway, and one of few places in the world, where you can experience the majestic muskox. Read more
Musk Ox Safari
Personal Guide only for you when you want it. Dovrefjell National Park is the only place in Norway, and one of few places in the world, where you can… Read more
Musk Ox Safari Personal Tour
Personal Guide only for you when you want it - a 2 day tour and spend the night in a tent in the national park. Dovrefjell National Park is one of few… Read more
Musk Ox Safari Personal Tour, 2 days
Observer les baleines
This tour is conducted by Green Gold of Norway. Ultimate comfort and relaxation in our 30 hrs Hurtigruten, Aurora & Whales program! Read more
Aurora, whale and Hurtigruten
At Arctic Panorama Lodge you get to experience a realxing holiday taking in the nature and enjoying the arctic light. During your stay we will go in… Read more
Autumn Whale and Arctic Panorama Lights
This tour is conducted by Basecamp Senja. Welcome to an exiting three day Northern Lights expedition on Senja, including a whale watching from Tromsø… Read more
Exclusive three day Northern Lights expedition on spectacular Senja including whale watching from Tromsø
This tour is conducted by Green Gold of Norway. Join us on an exciting orca- and whale watching by Cabin Cruiser. Read more
Orca and whale watching by cabin cruiser
This tour is conducted by Polar Adventures. Make your way to a centrally-located meeting point in Tromsø, where this tour begins, welcome on board of… Read more
Polar whalesafari to Skjervøy from Tromsø
This tour is conducted by Arctic Cruise in Norway. Join us for an unforgettable whale watching aboard our 2016-model luxury yacht. This is the trip… Read more
Arctic Whale Watching from Tromsø with our luxury Yacht Arctic Queen
Join us on M/V "Polargirl" for an evening trip searching for the biggest animals on the planet the blue whale. Read more
Whale Safari - Polar Charter
Experience the whales from April to October on one of our summer safaris. Whale safari AS at Andenes has 30 years of experience in running whale… Read more
Whale safari from Andenes - Summer (big boat)
Experience the whales in a fantastic winter light from October to April on one of our winter safaris. Whale Safari Andenes has 30 years of experience… Read more
Whale safari from Andenes - Winter (big boat)
Whale Safari Ltd The Whale and Dolphin Society has given as the following commendation: « Whalesafari Ltd. Andenes - The world’s largest and most… Read more
Whale safari in Andenes
Come and join our whale safari in the Skjervøy, Reisafjord and Kvænangen region included one night at the Reisafjord Hotel in Sørkjosen. Read more
Whale safari in Skjervøy and Reisafjorden included accommodation at Reisafjord Hotel
Now you can experience whale watching even closer to sea level from a RIB boat (rigid inflatable boat). Read more
Whale safari with RIB - Sea Safari Andenes
This tour is conducted by Green Gold of Norway. From November to January around 400 Orcas and 100 Humpback whales gather around Skjervoy to feed on… Read more
Whale watching in magical Skjervøy
This tour is conducted by Laukvik Senja. We offer whalesafari from Skjervøy where the whales are located, with a small group of 2 -12 pers. Read more
Whale Watching Rib-tour to Skjervøy in a small group
This tour is conducted by Green Gold of Norway. Join us on a 29-hour whale watching and Northern Lights programme! Read more
Whales in Skjervøy and Crystal Lavvo overnight in Lyngen
Our whalesafari starts in the northern part of the Lyngen peninsula, in Nord-Lenangen. Our comfortable boat, a Targa 46, is steered by our captain… Read more
Whalesafari - Lyngen Experience
This tour is conducted by Laukvik Senja. We offer whale watching from Skjervøy in a small group of 1 - 12 people. Read more
Whalesafari RIB tour from Skjervøy - Self transfer
Observer les castors
See the mystical beaver up close We meet at Limingen Gjestegård early morning or late evening. Be sure to bring a packed lunch. The… Read more
Beaver Safari With Canoe - Tundra Tours
Welcome to Beaversafari at Hurdalsjøen Hotell ! Hurdal has a rich wildlife. At Gjjødingelva and Hurdalselva, which both flow into… Read more
Beaversafari - Hurdalsjøen Hotel
Observer les morses
Experience Svalbard's unique wildlife from up close! Everyday we use our closed and comfortable RIB boats to go to a well-known walrus colony. Here we… Read more
Meet our Russian comarades in the west - Barentsburg -Better Moments
Enjoy one of the very best experiences in Svalbard: combining beautiful glacier fronts and perhaps the most unique species in Svalbard, the walrus.… Read more
Walrus and the glacier front - Hurtigruten Svalbard
Enjoy the golden glow of the midnight sun and explore the best of Svalbard: the sight of glaciers, dramatic landscape and the graceful walruses that… Read more
Walrus Safari - Svalbard Adventures
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